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    Central Washington University
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

University Centers


Central Washington University has six campus and two instructional locations in addition to the residential campus in Ellensburg. The University Centers offer upper-division (300- and 400-level) and graduate-level coursework leading to baccalaureate and master’s degrees. The University Centers are designed for students who have completed their Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) associate degree or most of their general education requirements. Day and evening classes are offered to accommodate the needs of time- and place-bound students. Visit us at www.cwu.edu/welcome/cwu-campus-locations.

For more information about the University Centers, contact Melanie Palm, Executive Director of Extended Learning at (509)-963-1407 or melanie.palm@cwu.edu.

UNIVERSITY CENTER POLICIES

Admission
Students interested in entering a university center program may submit an application at www.cwu.edu/admissions.

Registration
Continuing students follow the same procedures as noted in the registration part of this handbook. Be sure to study the procedures for MyCWU. Students not admitted to a center program must register in person during open enrollment. Non-matriculated students may register for classes on a space-available basis.

Advising
General transfer advising and specific program advising is available by contacting your university center for an appointment. Final official transcripts must be received for articulation of all transfer courses.

Tuition
See current tuition rates and fees or refer to the Registrar Services home page at www.cwu.edu/registrar. Continuing Education courses are offered on a self-support basis. The self-support tuition schedule is separate from full-time tuition and fees. Visit the Continuing Education web site at www.cwu.edu/ce/. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Student Services
Information for services that accommodate physical- and learning-disabled students, career placement, or counseling is available by contacting your specific university center.

Financial Aid
Students attending a university center are eligible to apply for financial aid. You can apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information about financial aid, visit
www.cwu.edu/financial-aid. All students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to begin the process.

Veterans
Information on veterans’ benefits is available through the Veterans Center on the Ellensburg campus, by calling 509-963-3028, or by emailing va@cwu.edu.

Library
Access to library services is available to students and faculty at the university centers through the CWU Brooks Library, which is available by logging on to www.lib.cwu.edu/. Assistance in acquiring reference materials may also be obtained by calling 800-290-3327. On-site library resource centers are also located at CWU-Des Moines and CWU-Lynnwood.

Textbooks
Textbooks may be purchased through the Wildcat Shop at cwubookstore.collegestoreonline.com. You may also inquire at your individual center for specific information.

Final Exam Schedule
University Centers’ final exam dates are different from the Ellensburg campus schedule. University Center instructors establish their own finals calendar. Therefore, University Center students should check with the instructor to verify the appropriate date and time or refer to the syllabus.

Office Hours and Parking
Contact the University Center office regarding office hours as times may vary for each center. Parking permit questions can also be directed to your University Center office.

University Center Locations and Programs

CWU-Des Moines
At Highline Community College
Higher Education Center, Building 29
2400 South 240th Street
P. O. Box 13490
Des Moines, WA 98198
206-439-3800

Degree Programs:
•  BS Accounting
•  BS Business Administration
             Specializations in:
              ° Finance
              ° Leadership and Management
              ° Marketing Management
              ° Supply Chain Management
•  BAEd Early Childhood Education/Elementary Education
•  BAEd Early Childhood Education/Middle-Level Math
•  BAEd Early Childhood Education/TESL
•  BS Electronics Engineering Technology
•  BAS Information Technology and Administrative Management
             Specializations in:
              ° Administrative Management
              ° Cybersecurity
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies - Social Sciences
•  BA Law and Justice
•  BA Psychology
•  MS Law and Justice

Additional Certifications:
•  Principal Certification
•  Sports Business
•  Supply Chain Management Certificate

CWU-Sammamish
120 228th Ave NE
Sammamish, WA 98074
509-963-3690

•  100 and 200 level General education classes
•  Continuing Education Programs
•  Professional Development Programs


CWU-Lynnwood
At Edmonds Community College
Snoqualmie Hall
20000 68th Avenue West
Lynnwood, WA 98036
425-640-1574

Degree Programs:
•  BA Law and Justice
•  BAS Information Technology and Administrative Management
•  BAS Supply Chain Management
•  BS Accounting
•  BS Business Administration
            Specializations in:
              ° Finance
              ° Leadership and Management
              ° Marketing Management
              ° Supply Chain Management
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies - Social Sciences

Minors:
• Accounting
• Administrative Management
• Business Administration
• Cybersecurity
• Economics
• Finance
• Individual Studies
• Information Technology
• Law and Justice
• Supply Chain Management

Other:
• Supply Chain Management Certificate


CWU-Joint Base Lewis McChord
Joint Base Lewis McChord
6242 Colorado Ave,
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433
509-963-1210

Degree Programs:
• BS Business Administration - Supply Chain Management
• BAS Supply Chain Management

Other:
• Supply Chain Management Certificate
 

CWU-Moses Lake
At Big Bend Community College
Advanced Technology and Education Center
7662 Chanute Street, Room 1843
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-793-2355

Degree Programs:
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences


CWU-Pierce County
At Pierce College, Ft. Steilacoom
Olympic 330
9401 Farwest Dr.
Lakewood, WA 98498
253-964-6636

Degree Programs:
•  BS Business Administration - Supply Chain Management
•  BS Business Administration - Leadership and Management
•  BAS Supply Chain Management
•  BAEd Elementary Education - Literacy Minor
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies- Social Sciences
•  BAS Information Technology and Administrative Management
             Specializations in:
                ° Administrative Management
                ° Cybersecurity
                ° Information Technology (Hybrid)
•  BS Information Technology and Administrative Management
             Specializations in:
                ° Administrative Management
                ° Cybersecurity
                ° Information Technology (Hybrid)
                ° Retail Management and Technology
•  BS Social Services

Minors:
•  Law and Justice
•  Psychology
•  Social Services
•  Sociology


CWU-Wenatchee
At Wenatchee Valley College
Higher Education Center
1300 Fifth Street
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-665-2600

Degree Programs:
•  BAEd Elementary Education
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences


CWU-Yakima
At Yakima Valley College
Deccio Higher Education Center
1000 South 12th Avenue, Room 107
P.O. Box 22520
Yakima, WA 98907
509-574-6894

Degree Programs:
•  BAEd Elementary Education
•  BS Interdisciplinary Studies - Social Sciences